Gaius Plinius Secundus (Biography) Naturalis Historia II, 44: iam quidem et specus, qualis in Dalmatia ore vasto, praeceps hiatu, in quem deiecto levi pondere quamvis tranquillo die turbini similis emicat procella; nomen loco est Senta. (Source) "There are certain caves, such as that on the coast of Dalmatia, with a vast perpendicular chasm, into which, if a light weight only be let down, and although the day be calm, a squall issues from it like a whirlwind. The name of the place is Senta." (Source)
For sections of the Naturalis Historia on deadly cave winds, see here.